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Baseball: San Fernando improves to 20-2

San Fernando rolled to its 20th victory of the season on Saturday, knocking off L.A. Marshall, 8-2. Alonzo Garcia threw a complete with five strikeouts and two walks.

Carlos Robles had three hits and two RBIs. Miguel Castaneda added two its and three RBIs for the Tigers (20-2).

Harvard-Westlake defeated Verdugo Hills, 11-0. Alex Horowitz went three for three. Brian Ginsberg had three RBIs.

Freshman Josh Garcia struck out five and walked one and threw a complete game in Chatsworth's 10-2 win over Simi Valley. Sophomore Anthony Mayora had two hits. Sun Valley Poly defeated University, 5-3.

Santa Barbara defeated Birmingham, 2-0. Evan Smith and Conner McManigal combined on the shutout. 

Brian Oleesky threw a complete game and Yannick Villanueva and Christian Bloom each had three hits in El Camino Real's 8-2 victory over Newbury Park.

Cleveland defeated Buckley, 8-3. Matt del Mundo went three for three with two doubles. Alemany defeated Camarillo, 12-3. Ruben Cardenas had three hits and two RBIs. Ryan Alvarez and Cristian Montes added two hits apiece.

Moises Ceja struck out four, walked one and allowed four hits in Kennedy's 8-1 win over Arleta.

Royal defeated Narbonne, 8-4, in eight innings. Bishop Amat defeated Agoura, 4-3. Westlake defeated Granada Hills, 4-3.

Warren (14-3) won its division of the St. Paul tournament with a 5-4 win over Ontario Christian. Alan Trejo, named tournament MVP, had two hits and got the save. He was 10 for 16 in the tournament. Geoffrey Noonan had a perfect game for 5 1/3 innings.

Junior Aguilar had three hits in Cathedral's 10-2 win over Westchester. Cypress defeated Mira Costa, 9-2.

In the Baseline League, Glendora defeated Alta Loma, 3-2.

-- Eric Sondheimer

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